THE FUZZY SACREDNESS AURA AND CYBER-BASED DAWAH: Redrawing Karamah of Tuan Guru within The Belief System of Sasak Muslims

MS. Udin, Lukman Hakim

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This article examines Sasak Muslims belief in tuan gurus karamah (charisma) in the midst of the emerging trend of cyber dawah. Findings illustrate that Sasak Muslims have repeatedly recognized that tuan gurus charisma becomes an important consideration for their respect and obedience to ulama and are of great significance for da'wah. Accordingly, they have remained in favour of lived-dawah practices compared to the online ones. There are two facets that frame the underlying rationales of the findings. First, not all Islamic rituals and dawah activities can be transformed into the digital realm because dawah has complexity of concepts and meanings embedded within any Islamic rituals that would be difficult to be reproduced into internet medium. Second, dawah through digital platforms lead people to feel less auratic experience as normally they can through in-person dawah activities.

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